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Jordan Viator

I enjoyed reading Kami's article and reaction to the Wired Wealthy research yesterday, as she did a great job of relating your online fundraising success to these research findings. I think it ties in closely to your session at NTC about nonprofits harnessing the power of the Internet and social media and being willing to experiment to achieve the desired results. Thanks for a great session at NTC and coffee talk - I enjoyed it!

Kami Huyse

I agree with Jordan Beth, you are really walking the talk and getting results. I send non-profits looking to use social media here first.

Gene Austin

Beth the Wired Wealthy piece fills a big hole in the sector's knowledge of the importance of the online medium and major giving. Thanks for taking the time to acknowledge the hard work of the three orgs that led the study. Congrats on being recognized as "The person you turn to most for trusted advice (for nonprofit technology issues)". Well deserved.

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